[GEM-dev] USB 3.0 camera and Gem
jack at rybn.org
Sun Apr 1 15:42:51 CEST 2012
Le 01/04/2012 14:18, Antoine Villeret a écrit :
> hi jack,
> i'm using a firewire 400 over RJ45 extender (from AVT) on a tour with
> an AVT Guppy
> it's work fine with 50m cable, it should work at least until 100m but
> i never tried
> it's not possible to use switch to increase the distance with this
> kind of extender
> you can use certain switches with GigE but it increases latency i think
> another solution for very long distance (more than 100m) is the
> optical fiber
> you can find some firewire over optical fiber extender
> Basler made a technical report on industrial cameras interface here :
> hope this helps
> do it yourself
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> Le 1 avril 2012 13:56, Jack <jack at rybn.org <mailto:jack at rybn.org>> a
> écrit :
> Le 01/04/2012 02:22, Max a écrit :
> Am 01.04.2012 um 01:53 schrieb Jack:
> PS : does anybody tried an other solution (like GigE or
> USB<->Ethernet<->USB) with Gem when you need long distance
> between camera and computer ? Is it very stable ?
> I could offer vnc access to a os x or ubuntu machine hooked up
> to either a Allied Vision Tech GigE or Firewire 800 camera.
> Hello Max,
> Did you ever tried that solution ?
> Is it appropriate to detect very small movement and is it enough
> fast to be used in real time (not to much latency ?) ?
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Thanx to share your configuration and the Basler technical report, it is
a useful document.
What is the resolution the framerate you get on your computer from your
camera with that configuration ?
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